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Authorities Seek Victims in Real Estate Fraud

The Placer County Sheriff’s Department is looking for victims of a Meadow Vista man they have arrested in a real estate fraud matter.

William Frank Lordier, 54, was arrested earlier this week on suspicion of felony grand theft. Victims told detectives that he advertised timeshares on Craig’s List and convinced them to give him their bank account information, which he used to withdraw money for his own use. Lordier once was a licensed real estate salesperson with the California Department of Real Estate but his license expired in 2011.

The alleged victims live in Los Angeles and Nevada counties and also in Oregon and Washington state.

If you feel you have been victimized by Lordier, please call Detective Jason Doolittle at (530) 889-7844.

Read the original article in the Sacramento Bee.

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